Eighteen months after Superstorm Sandy slammed the Garden State, some are complaining the grant process to help those affected by the hurricane has slowed down to a trickle, but Gov. Chris Christie insists that's just not the case.
Hundreds of beachfront homeowners are still refusing to grant permission for a system of dunes to be built along their property, a project the governor says will help protect New Jersey's coastline during future storms.
A contingent of Homeland Security workers and Red Cross volunteers from the Washington D.C./Virginia area will be heading to the Garden State for a week, on their own dime, to help rebuild Sandy-battered houses.
A $75 million allocation from the federal government is devoted to disaster relief for fisheries that suffered losses over the past few years, but marine professionals in New Jersey claim the state is "getting the short end of the stick."
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